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This hotel, located on Nida,Lithuania, Nida, is near Kurische Nehrung.
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Klaipeda day 1

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 11, 2014

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... 20 minutes for drinks to arrive then another 30 minutes for the meal to arrive but no burger for Monica!!!! She cancelled her meal, damn embarrassing! Klaipeda is nothing like Vilnius, plainer looking houses even in the Old Town. Tomas said "there is nothing here to see" but Lana has relatives to catch up with so we have to meet them. Back to the apartment to wait for Tomas to return and hear about his first day at the timber mill. Tomas returns ...

Trakai & a train.

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 10, 2014

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... at 10:22, also right on schedule and Tomas was there to meet us & take us back to his apartment. Here we met Monica and Henris for the first time! Well, didn't meet Henris till he woke up, after we had supper with Tomas & Monica. Talked for ages and Tomas brought out lots of photos of his dad, grandmother, great grandmother and other people. We have a few of Lana's relatives to catch up with here, so will see what the next few days ...

The Curonian Spit

A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jul 17, 2014

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A great day with a local tour guide showing us the very interesting and natural sandy peninsula. Dune walking and fish soup eating. Turns out that Lithuanians were one of the last groups to be converted to christianity so their pagan beliefs are still going strong. We went to Witches hill where artists have carved all these creepy statues of tree gods and origin stories etc. ...

Heading to Riga

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 16, 2014

... Radisson Blu a Hotel near the Central Park and Old Town. There was little time to settle in before a visit as mad to cloisters of the Riga Dome Cathedral, A concert featured a violinist and and organist playing a huge pipe organ. It was a moving experience to hear the violin compete with the organ. The performers were Estonian and the acoustics were outstanding. Our bus group appreciated the cultural experience. Leonie missed this in an attempt to rid herself if her persistent ...


A travel blog entry by radiationboy on Jun 11, 2014

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Lithuania became known to me when the former Soviet Union collapsed. I always have a feeling that it is a very communist-looking country. Decades after their independence, now, to my surprise, it is still a very communist-looking country. At least in Klaipeda.

It was a gloomy day. The streets were pretty empty. We walked to the main square. There were a few stalls sparsely setup, selling amber mostly. We tried ...

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